single

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  • The title track was released as the lead single from the album.
  • Half of the rain in a particular year can often fall into a single storm.
  • The single largest increase came in the area of information.
  • The single-game record is three, held by numerous players.
  • In fact, a single change can change the entire structure.
  • They could be any age, and married or single as long as they were in need of work.
  • The largest single group from a country outside the region came from the United States.
  • Each would follow the orders from their officers and fight as a single unit instead of individuals.
  • The second floor has three double rooms and seven single rooms.
  • It was not unusual for a single baseball to last an entire game.
  • The initial version supported a single process at a time.
  • It is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to a single artist.
  • Often, a borough is a single town with its own local government.
  • In certain cultures, death is more of a process than a single event.
  • Only a single, central tower was permitted, and that was to be very low.
  • These operations can then be combined in a single statement, e.g.
  • The song remains the best-selling single of all time.
  • That way each hill would be covered with a single, primary color which represented its spiritual value.
  • The game initially had a single production run.
  • There is no evidence that Jesus himself ever married, and considerable evidence that he remained single.
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Meaning of single

  • noun A base hit on which the batter stops safely at first base
  • verb Hit a single
    the batter singled to left field
  • adjective Used of flowers having usually only one row or whorl of petals
    single chrysanthemums resemble daisies and may have more than one row of petals
  • adjective Existing alone or consisting of one entity or part or aspect or individual
    upon the hill stood a single tower, had but a single thought which was to escape, a single survivor, a single serving, a single lens, a single thickness